Would you like to build eco-friendly houses? Eltomation, the Netherlands, can assist with the Wood Wool Cement Boards production
Canadian wood-frame houses built using so called Structural Insulated Panels (or SIPs) became quite famous recently. One of the advantages of this framework technology is shorter construction time, however some are not comfortable with the boards that cover the SIPs on both sides of the panels. Oriented Strand Boards (OSB) that are glued to both sides of the insulation core are extremely flammable. That is why a lot of SIP manufacturers in Russia next to standard SIPs with OSB offer SIPs with Green Board. These Wood Wool Cement Boards (WWCB) are fire-resistant (Class B1 according to the German DIN 4102 standard, Г1 (G1) according to Russian GOST) and are eco-friendly. These boards are made from wood wool (shredded wood excelsior), water and cement combining the advantages of timber and stone. These solely natural components make Wood Wool Cement Boards not only fire-resistant and eco-friendly but also rot, termite and vermin resistant providing for excellent thermal and sound insulation as well.
The Wood Wool Cement Board technology knows many decades of experience: buildings with Wood Wool Cement Boards are built in many European countries as well as in Russia because energy efficient, prefabricated, eco-friendly house is a dream of each homeowner.
In construction and ready to move houses from sips with wood wool cement boards
Modern equipment for the Wood Wool Cement Board production is supplied by a Dutch company Eltomation B.V. With over 55 years of experience Eltomation supplied more than 160 complete plants and projects in different countries all over the world, including Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands, Denmark, China, Russia, and is now playing a leading role in the development of new technologies in this field. Currently Eltomation is working on its WWCB projects in Denmark and Russia.
Eltomation offers production plants of several types. The first type...
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